- to be or become enthusiastic; show enthusiasm: All the neighbors enthused over the new baby.
- to cause to become enthusiastic.
Origin of enthuse
Examples from the Web for unenthused
Contemporary Examples of unenthused
Unenthused, he left in 2007 and applied for a job at Facebook.Thank Ukraine's Spies for WhatsApp
February 21, 2014
I imagine John Adams would have had been unenthused if John Quincy had come home with a clip-on tie.In Praise of Clip-on Ties
The Daily Beast
May 30, 2013
Republicans have reason to be unenthused—and to wonder whether Romney can recover.How Mitt Romney Can Win the First Debate With Obama
September 25, 2012
- to feel or show or cause to feel or show enthusiasm
Word Origin and History for unenthused
1827, American English, back-formation from enthusiasm. Originally often humorous or with affected ignorance. Related: enthused; enthusing.